Sea turtle researcher Claire Gonzales writes that plastic debris in the world’s oceans not only pollutes the water and destroys the environment, but also entangles marine animals, leading to injury and slow death.
Sea turtle researcher Claire Gonzales writes that plastic debris in the world’s oceans not only pollutes the water and destroys the environment, but also entangles marine animals, leading to injury and slow death. Special to The Bee
Sea turtle researcher Claire Gonzales writes that plastic debris in the world’s oceans not only pollutes the water and destroys the environment, but also entangles marine animals, leading to injury and slow death. Special to The Bee

Ban the plastic bag, save the leatherback turtle

December 13, 2014 04:00 PM

UPDATED December 14, 2014 12:00 AM

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